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Wildwood Springs Lodge

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Reviewed December 13, 2017 via mobile

Visited the lodge before a scheduled concert. It's a beautiful old lodge! Employees were nice enough to give us a tour-- apparently there are rumors it's haunted! They hold concerts there several times a year. The dining hall looked spacious and welcoming!

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Reviewed April 30, 2017 via mobile

Stayed at the Clubhouse Cottage the Wildwood owns. Well we have never stayed at any place so dirty. Dust, dirt, bugs, and old worn out furniture. Some of the wicker furniture was so bad it didn't look like it would hold a child. There were...More

3  Thank Robbin M
Reviewed November 7, 2016

Wildwood is unique and a gem. As others have written, if you're fussy about modernity, stay at a chain motel in Cuba. If you want to stay at a charming 1920's lodge with a warm atmosphere, fantastic staff, delicious buffet style home cooking, and beautiful...More

2  Thank B L
Reviewed November 6, 2016

The lodge is very, very old and in need of repairs and upkeep. The rooms are good sized, but with paper-thin walls and doors that don't lock. Bathrooms down the hall. It reminds me of those older motels in state parks. However, that's not why...More

1  Thank MrsRey00
Reviewed October 9, 2016

Went to see the Don McClean concert at Wildwood Springs last night, and had a great time. This is a small, intimate venue for a concert. It seats about 250 people and there isn't a bad seat in the house. The system for drawing for...More

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"avoid the upstairs rooms facing lobby at all costs (noise!!)"
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"Downstairs rooms open out to the porch."
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"First floor with the porch is the best!"
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"The bottom floor has toilets between rooms. Try to get a room on the side that opens onto the screen porch."
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